Sweet wine


Variety: Pinot Blanc

Tasting: amber, dense scent of honey, spicy Botrytis aromas at the palate, full-bodied until refreshing, characterized by an acid structure that strengthens all that and guarantees a sheer endless life for that wine.

Best served with: blue cheese, chocolate desserts, nut soufflé with prunes, foie gras


0,25 l bottle


Ruster Ausbruch

Drinking temp.

12–14° C


39° KMW

Single Vinyard

old Umriss

Year of planting


Hand harvest

100 % selected noble rot botrytis cinerea berries




February 2003

Alcohol content

7,3 % vol

Residual sugar

300 g/l


9,3 g/l

  • Botrytis Cineria

    The fungus perforates the grapes with its enzymes. As a result, moisture escapes the grapes during dry weather and evaporates. Thus, the concentration of the ingredients in the juice of the grapes rises and the juice is strongly reduced.

  • Foto: Elle Schandl

    Fog above the vineyards

    In October, when fog is sweeping over the vineyards after cold nights and the autumn sun creates a certain microclimate, the noble rot starts to develop. This process only takes place here at the lake. These are the perfect conditions for a successful vintage of Ruster Ausbruch.

  • Foto: Magnus Hengge, studio adhoc Berlin

    Intense flavor

    Ruster Ausbruch 2013. A natural fireworks of the senses.